This flag, named after Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina, was flown early in 1776 by Commodore Esek Hopkins of Rhode Island, first Commander-in-chief of the Continental Fleet. Its inscription represented a warning by the colonists to the British.
Nylon outdoor Gadsden flag. Expertly crafted using heavyweight bunting material of 100% acid-dyed nylon. All seams are double-stitched and fly ends have 4 rows of stitching for added durability. Finished with heavy-duty, no shrink white header material for the strongest headers in the industry. These nylon flags offer lustrous beauty, superior wear plus excellent fly-ability even in the slightest breeze.
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